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Nadler Examines Supreme Court's Direction on Civil Rights

October 8, 2009 Congressman Jerry Nadler, Chair of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties, questions experts at a hearing titled "Civil Rights Under Fire: Hearing on Recent Supreme Court Decisions." The hearing examined recent trends in the Court's civil rights jurisprudence, including numerous decisions which have challenged longstanding constitutional precedent on civil rights. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 8 min 41
En ligne le : 08/10/09 21:50

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Prof. Goodwin Liu Interviewed at White Oak

Prof. Goodwin Liu interviewed by the Brennan Center for Justice while attending "The Next Democracy" conference at White Oak Conservancy Center in Florida. Liu is an Associate Dean and Professor of Law at the UC Berkeley School of Law. His primary areas of expertise are constitutional law, education law and policy, civil rights, and the Supreme Court. His forthcoming book, Keeping Faith with the Constitution (with Pamela Karlan and Christopher Schroeder), offers an account of constitutional interpretation that explains and defends the most important constitutional achievements of the American people while exposing the shortcomings of originalism and strict construction. Prof. Liu discusses the idea of deliberative democracy as well as progressive jurisprudence in this interview. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 3 min 42
En ligne le : 05/05/09 20:37

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God Must Exist Yet Hitchens & Harris Talk Trash

Modern Atheism is aggressive, but is it true? Nope. An ethical absolutist is certain that an adequate & consistent moral theory will produce accountability for honesty, & forbid dishonesty in regard to the scientific method, civil legal jurisprudence, school (exams). Moral duties support the proper function of the Laws of Reason & gives the imperatives necessary of understanding our world & to communicate that truthfully to others. Why should I absolutely be moral? [ voir sur ]

Durée : 3 min 54
En ligne le : 10/05/08 20:42

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Atheists & Religious Tests for Public Office

State religious tests for public office are unconstitutional. They violate the 1st Amendment. NB: The "no religious test" provision in Article VI, Section 3 of the United States Constitution applies only to the federal government. Torcaso v. United States: KingHeathen's video: Segment from the Rachel Maddow Show on the North Carolina case: Newspaper article on the North Carolina case: [ voir sur ]

Durée : 1 min 41
En ligne le : 17/12/09 14:27

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Robert Dugoni: Wrongful Death

Robert Dugoni has practiced as a civil litigator in San Francisco and Seattle for seventeen years. In 1999 he left the full-time practice of law to write, and is a two-time winner of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a degree in journalism and worked as a reporter for the Los Angeles Times before obtaining his doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law. He lives with his wife and two children in the Pacific Northwest. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 2 min 45
En ligne le : 31/03/09 19:12

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Sharon Keller Impeachment Hearing April 27, 2009 Scott Cobb urging people to attend the hearing on impeaching Sharon Keller. Please make plans to attend the meeting of the Texas House Committee on Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence on April 27 when they will take testimony on Lon Burnam's resolution to impeach Sharon Keller. This resolution, HR 480 by Lon Burnam, would create a select committee in the House to investigate further whether Sharon Keller should be impeached for her refusal to accept an appeal 20 minutes after 5 PM for a person on the day of his execution. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 1 min 35
En ligne le : 20/04/09 08:15

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Hooman Hedayati testifying to Impeachment of Judge Sharon Keller from CCA

Hooman Hedayati, President of Students Against the Death Penalty, testifying in favor of HR 480 Judge Sharon Keller's impeachment from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals at the Texas House Committee on Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence. Our group at the capitol included Scott Cobb, Gloria Rubac, Crystal Wilson, Terri Been (sister of Jeff Wood), Lawrence Foster (grandfather of Kenneth Foster,jr) and Kenneth Foster Sr (father of Kenneth). We were joined later at the hearing by Hooman Hedayati, who gave some great testimony to the committee on Sharon Keller. http::// [ voir sur ]

Durée : 9 min 16
En ligne le : 04/05/09 15:11

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keller committee hearing

Texas Impact brings you clips from witnesses testifying in favor of HR 480 before Members of the House Committee on the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. HR 480 is a motion to form a committee to consider Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Sharon Keller's impeachment. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 2 min 20
En ligne le : 30/04/09 20:21

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Senator Nodler presents Senate Bill 587 in the Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee. The bill would let voters approve the creation of a 10th Amendment Commission. Paid for by Nodler for Congress, Tom Mechsner, Treasurer. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 4 min 38
En ligne le : 09/02/10 22:55

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Christopher Edley, Jr. Interviewed at White Oak

Christopher Edley, Jr. interviewed by the Brennan Center for Justice while attending "The Next Democracy" conference at White Oak Conservancy Center in Florida. Edley assumed the Deanship of UC Berkeley Law School in 2004 after 23 years as a Harvard Law professor, where he was founding Co-Director of The Harvard Civil Rights Project. He discusses the Bush legacy, progressive jurisprudence as well as organized labor. [ voir sur ]

Durée : 2 min 59
En ligne le : 12/05/09 17:26

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